A part of Mr. Harris' questionnaire was inadvertantly left out last week. We appologize to Mr. Harris and the reader and present his answers in their intirety this week.Keith Harris I was born in Kerrville, Texas in 1969 and went through the Kerrville ISD until my parents moved to a ranch outside Center Point during my Sophmore year. I attended college at The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor on a golf scholarship and received all Conference honors in 1993, 1994, and 1995. I have been a Golf Professional since 1996, and will become a Class A PGA member next week. I have been the Pro here in San Saba from 2002-2006, and then again from 2008 until the present. I am blessed with the most incredible wife, Crystal and four great kiddos, Tori, Chase, Drew, and Rachel. I studied Physical Education and English during college, and have been involved in many clinics and lessons during my 16 years as a golf professional, so I feel that I have an idea of what ourteachers go through. I am also a business owner, and a supervisor for the Golf Course and that gives me a working knowledge of budgets, management, and the proper chain of command that must be followed for the group to work at it’s full potential. I also feel that I have a vested interest in the future of our school with children enrolled in Elementary, Middle School, and High School. I feel that these are very exciting times for San Saba, with the new school fixing to break ground, and with us dropping to 1-A it is a great time to be an Armadillo. The main problem that I can see facing the school board at this time is the concerns with the economy and the funding for the improvements to our campus. As a taxpayer you always cringe when you feel something will hit you in the pocket book, but I personally feel that these improvements must be done to improve the education of our youth. This board is blessed with a great leader in Leigh Ann Glaze and her staff, as well as an extremely talented group of coaches and teachers. I am sure that there are problems that face our school, and the school board, but at the moment it seems that the good out ways the bad by a long-shot.